Save Our stripes
Sumatran Tiger Wall of Thanks
This is a page dedicated to all those out there who are doing their bit to preserve wild tigers. We love to hear from you, to view your pictures and are sure others will to. We can only post what we know about so if you or some one you know deserves a mention then please get in touch!
Trust Chairman & Founder David Gill pictured at South Lakes Wild Animal Park with 11 year old Emma Maclaren and her sister. Emma raised a fantastic £85.07 for Sumatran tigers from a Sponsored bike ride.
8 year old Harry Gabell playing his flute outside his local Tesco in just one of his amazing fundraising activities. To raise the £250 so they could name a wild tiger, Harry organised all the kids in his class at Great Berry Primary School, to pay £1 each to suggest a name. All you out there that have adopted the young unamed cub - will be interested to know thanks to Harry he's now known as Rory!
As well as Adopting Wild Tiger Imogen Francesca Holliday has been getting her village involved in recycling printer cartridges for tigers, handing envelopes out to her school, round the village and even to the cub scouts! Well done Francesca!
The 1st Hornby Brownies raised an outstanding £xxx for the Sumatran Tiger Trust by holding a fundraising event. The girls became interested in helping the tigers after a visit to the park in September.
The Girls visit to the park in September
The 'Save the Tigers' event ran stalls which included, a gift shop, Make a Tiger mask, Tiger face painting, Tiger cheer leading, help make a Giant Wild Animal Collage, Pin the tail on the tiger, Guess the weight of the Tiger, an 'endangered' puppet show, 'Draw a Tiger' art competition, Wild Bran tub, Make an animal cradle and also ran a stall for people to purchase small items, donated by the park gift shop.
Girls with Tiger face paint.